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Tillis returns, Duke pounds Demon Deacons

(02/13/04 5:00am)

After a surprising loss to Florida State last week, the women's basketball team has been revitalized in its last couple games, defeating both opponents by considerable margins. Last night's contest against Wake Forest (10-13, 3-9 in ACC) demonstrated just how strong Duke (19-3, 10-1) is both offensively and defensively. The team shot 50 percent from the field and collected 14 blocks and 12 steals. Alana Beard and Iciss Tillis combined for 45 of the team's 80 points, en route to an 80-55 defeat of the Demon Deacons.

Duke trounces Tigers

(02/03/04 5:00am)

CLEMSON, S.C. -- While both Duke and Clemson denied that the game was any more physical than normal, the players limping off the court last night made it seem otherwise. A minute into yesterday's game, Clemson's Julie Talley was on the floor after rolling her ankle. Kenetra Queen replaced her and fell minutes later after incurring a hit in the face. While both Talley and Queen eventually returned, Duke's Iciss Tillis left the game suffering from a concussion at the end of the first half. To start the second half, the Tigers' Julie Aderhold limped off the court with another ankle injury. Injuries were indicative of the game's intensity, as No. 2 Duke (17-2, 8-0 in ACC) aptly defeated ACC-rival Clemson (15-5, 5-4) 78-60.

Swimming sweeps Invitational

(11/25/03 5:00am)

This weekend at the Patriot Invitational swimming and diving meet, the men's and women's swim teams captured the championships titles. Competing against eleven other teams, including host George Mason, University of Maryland?Baltimore County, Georgetown, Seton Hall, University of North Carolina-Wilmington, and American, among others, the swim teams had a particularly stellar showing in their last meet before the Christmas break.